From the issue—Cinema, sincerity and Angelica Mesiti

"I edit in a very conventional way, using a similar editing language to that of movies or TV. Audiences are accustomed to it. They’ve internalised it already, before they’ve seen my work."

The benefits of being nosy, according to John Booth

The Central Saint Martins associate lecturer, consummate fashion illustrator and occasional ceramicist talks to Museum about snooping.

“Every edit is a lie.” —Jean-Luc Godard

Featuring UNIQLO and Lemaire’s collaboration collection.

The Essentials at MR PORTER


Meeting object designers Daniel Emma—return exhibitors to Wallpaper* Handmade, collaborators with cult furniture haven Tait and Parisian cosmetic brand Guerlain and most recently on show in the National Gallery of Victoria.

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Paper party

Museum and Four Pillars Gin threw a party at The Standard Store to celebrate a new window installation by paper engineer Benja Harney.

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The Essentials at MR PORTER

The collected Alberto Burri

The origins of the late Alberto Burri’s career feel like unfortunate happenstance, a kind of serendipity by way of tragedy: the Italian painter’s earliest pieces depicted his view of a desert from the interior of a prison camp.

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